Morgan International appoints new CEO and Chairperson
- Lebanon: Monday, February 04 - 2013 at 15:58
- PRESS RELEASE
Exciting things are always happening at Morgan International. A renowned training provider that empowers professionals with the right know-how and skills to take their careers to the next level, Morgan is also home to professionals evolving into new roles.
These individuals were selected for their unique exposure to the world of professional training and substantial work experience. They have the vision, background and insight to keep Morgan International in its leading position and to take the firm forward.
Fadi Ganni became the Chairperson of Morgan International in December 2012 and has been with the firm since it was founded in 1995. As Chairperson, Ganni handles the relationship with partners and suppliers, sets the overall company strategy, focuses on business development and is Morgan's spokesperson.
Before this, Ganni was Morgan Holding's Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) from 1997 until December 2012. During this time he managed and directed 32 offices, over 80 full-time employees and 350 part-time instructors in the Middle East, Canada, Europe and India.
He supervised the finance, business development, commercial and marketing departments in addition to the budgeting, internal audit, information flows and planning procedures.
Ganni streamlined and monitored internal financial reports and coordinated international marketing efforts. Keen to take Morgan to the next level, he successfully expanded the firm's reach into new territories and added to its impressive portfolio of course offerings.
To ensure Morgan always delivered excellence, he oversaw the training and monitoring of instructors, administrative staff and partners. A man who evolves with the times, Ganni also developed Morgan's IT structure, linking all branches with the headquarters and taking measures to facilitate work.
Prior to rising to the rank of CEO, Ganni was the Director of Finance and Administration at Morgan International Lebanon S.A.L. Being a CPA certificate holder, he taught courses for the CPA designation and gave classes on financial accounting, auditing, business law and taxation. This gave him a deeper understanding of the spirit of Morgan and insight into all sides of professional education.
Khalil Fawaz's biography has equally impressive highlights. He became Morgan International's CEO in December 2012 and before that was the Chief Financial Officer for Zain, Saudi Arabia (a listed telecom company) and the Chairman-General Manager of Center for Corporate Services (a subsidiary of Morgan International).
At that time Fawaz was responsible for over 120 employees at the Procurement; Logistics; Treasury; Corporate Finance; Investor Relations; Financial Planning, Budgeting and Reporting; Accounting and Taxation; and Management Accounting departments.
While Fawaz was still a CFO, he led the supervision, structuring and execution of the Rights Issuance of Zain Saudi Arabia amounting to $1.6bn. This transaction represented the largest investment banking transaction in the GCC region.
Prior to this, Fawaz established a subsidiary of Morgan International, Center for Corporate Services (CCS), while acting as the Head of Corporate Finance at Middle East Capital Group (MECG), a subsidiary of the First National Bank S.A.L. From the early days of his career, Fawaz's potential showed. While at a Big Four Firm he became manager in only one year and was nominated as audit methodology champion not to mention that he was promoted to Vice President of Investment Banking in only six months at Al]Khabeer Capital.
Together Fadi Ganni and Khalil Fawaz will usher in a new era for Morgan International and will strive to take professional training to greater heights. By doing this they hope to enrich people's lives, improve the ability of companies to compete and help open up job opportunities. Knowledge is power and professional education is an invaluable path to knowledge.
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